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... the idea - they'd come up with some common ground for avoiding the fiscal cliff. the reality - according to boehner about an hour later... nothing is fixed. nothing much is happening.. >> they know where we stand. it republicans are accusing the democrats of edge of that cliff by refusing to outline possible spending cuts.. democrats say they're still waiting for a serious offer from the republicans. publicly at least - the leaders from both parties were not giving an inch. but beneath the choreographed show of frustration - signs continue to accumulate that a deal could still come...before hundreds of billions of dollars in automatic tax increases and spending cuts take effect. this week - a few republican lawmakers suggested they might be never raise taxes. and some conservative that the house quickly pass democratic legislation extending the expiring tax cuts for incomes below $250,000. >> michael yaki is is here. >> and there were talking turkey, it -- about what they were talking about it was a don't call me, don't call you type of situation. >> a test to look like it lasted a long
does president obama think of speaker boehner's proposal to avert the fiscal cliff? >> "unfortunately, the speaker's proposal right now is still out of balance he talks, for example, about a 800 billion dollars billion worth of revenues, but he says he will do that by lowering rates. when you look at the math, it doesand he won't agree to eliminate a tax dedication >> "every hospital and university and not for profit agency across the themselves on the verge of realistic option." >> but the president didn't say all this to speaker boehner -- he said it in an interview on bloomberg tv. the last time the two men spoke was almost a week ago. president obama is focused on the stalemate with congress over averting the fiscal cliff but he's just not talking to house republicans about it. at the white house, he discussed the issue with a bipartisan group of governors. >> "i know that the president certainly wants a deal. he didn't try to handicap it." and earlier this week, he told so called middle class americans on twitter keep pressure on congress, he's even ventured outside the beltway r
in bridging the[take vo] >> washington has 27 days to figure out how to avoid the fiscal cliff.. no details have been released on that phone conversation....but all signs point to a continued stalemate . >> the president is ready, willing and able, waiting to be able to sit down and seriously negotiate this but they have to be willing to come to the table with specifics. i think the next 72 hours are critical. if he sits back and continues to play politics, that'll give we're going. [take vo] >> the big sticking point is taxes -- and whether to raise them for the wealthiest two percent of americans. john boehner says that won't solve a big spending problem. president obama meantmie, says congress can't tie fiscal cliff talks to upcoming debt ceiling votes. also, the military budget is on the table with a possible $500 million being set aside as a warning. stay with us, more news coming up. you won't take my life. you won't take our future. aids affects us all. even babies. chevron is working to stop mother-to-child transmission. our employees and their families are part of the fight. and
to avert the so- called fiscal cliff, it's one reason why we believe we put revenue on the table as long as it's accompanied by serious spending cuts to avert this crisis. >> > in order to kick the debt ceiling the wanted its deficit reduction and this is basically that a stop- active measure to save it or to get a deal done. nobody wants to go there but we need deficit reduction and this is how we to it. >> . read saying that was not doing that well but now, john boehner is a saying that it is a little bit better what is going on? >> not really anything they are still talking at each other and the president is now bringing more to the bargaining table for john boehner to bring more provis
.. the latest white proposal on avoiding the fiscal cliff to house speaker john republicans laughed. >> there is a stalemate, let us not kid ourselves. >> perhaps it is a figure of speech but the country cannot afford a stalemate. >>catherine: house speaker john boehner boosting revenue by 1.6 trillion over the next decade would be a 'crippling >> stalemate...let's face it.." "...hope that's a figure of >> speech...shouldn't be talking about a stalemate." >> the key sticking point....taxes. democrats want to extend bush-era tax cuts for the middle class...while allowing rates to jump republicans don't want a tax rate increase on anyone. period. the white house is hoping that the fact the president is taking his case to the congress to act. of course the realand with 32 days before tax hikes and spending cuts kick in....there are few signs of progress. congress seems to love a deadline. but while it might come at the 11th hour -- most insiders seem to believe that there 'will' eventually be an agreement to avoid that cliff.. >> let us take a look at traffic on the south bay bridge
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